The Lost Goblet, Frido Nahon (2D)

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  10 October 2013
The Lost Goblet, Frido Nahon (2D)



Title: The Lost Goblet
Name: Frido Nahon
Country: NL
Software: Photoshop
Submitted: 20th October 2013

I created this image for an assignment for the CGWorkshops course "Introduction to Environment Design for Games and Film" taught by Simon Scales. For this image I painted a black and white thumbnail and layed paint and textures on top of it. All textures (except the mountains in the far background) are from www.cgtextures.com.

 
  10 October 2013
Making of link

I've posted a sort of "making of" on youtube. You can watch it here:
 
  10 October 2013
Making of link

I've posted a "making of" video on youtube, showing the process.
 
  11 November 2013
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Impressive use of the rock formations and texturing features. And talk about an understatement of calling a stone fountain a goblet (I wonder what they would call a whistle or a chair; snicker). Although I see what you were going for (not criticizing, just thought it was funny and ironic). I like the crow on top of it (makes it look less sterile). I think my favorite parts are the textures on the front rocks on the left, the crow and the mountains in the far background. I will say that the stone stairs probably should've looked more like they were carved from the mountain. Instead they look like someone carved the tunnel and installed the stairs (the edges of the stairs don't match or really connect with the sides of the mountain; especially near the top where shadows around the edges of the stairs really make it look separate). Overall, though, it looks like a pretty successful piece. Keep it up. Great job.
 
  11 November 2013
Hi linainverse23,

Thank you very much for the great feedback. I really appreciate it! When I've time I'll fix the stairs. Thanks!

 
  11 November 2013
I'm glad you like the feedback. good luck with any changes or future projects. its a cool piece.
 
  11 November 2013
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